From Tulsa, Oklahoma, Zeke Duhon is at the ripe age of seventeen. His masterfully created style promotes his personal musical influences, such as Coldplay, Simon and Garfunkel, and Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes. As an unsigned artist on the rise, Zeke has been writing songs since an early age. With a developed fan base, this artist captures the essence of indie music. At such a young age, he is taking the music scene on by storm, and his affluent influences have made him an eclectic and soulful artist. Zeke’s ability to transform his thoughts and memories into a collection of melodies and lyrics offers the music scene a chance to transcend the so-called popular music of today. His video for “Loved Me Too” is a well-rounded account of conjured memories and love that was too good to last.
“Loved Me Too” is a song that tells a story of how the mind can create images from the past, and it also tells how sometimes it is hard for us to let them go. We watch as Zeke walks into a house and is transformed into something of an image. His head is not attached to his body, which stands for a metaphor in which he can’t stop thinking about the past. There are movie reels projecting images of him and his lost love on the scene. We see them move about the house in ways that are comfortable and give a sense of loss. The song is somber, but there is so much truth in “Loved Me Too” that spills from the seams. It is a song that captures the beauty of love, and the video tells a story that is so fluid that you will not be able to forget it.